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Mar 26, 2013 2:30pm PDT
oppressed people, we are calling for full support, especially in the right to self-defense. a seat of the united nations and other international organizations, and for a freeze of regime funds. stolen from the syrian people. they must be kept for rebuilding and reconstruction. and although he has taken the main seat for the syrian delegation, there are deep rifts within the national coalition. the house has played an active role in syrian opposition politics by encouraging a choice as transitional prime minister in level-held areas. the u.s. based executive has little support. the cracks in the national coalition have allowed other rival groups to extend their influence. salafists and other radical militias are jockeying for a position in the area. they gained power in eastern southern syria and in the outskirts of damascus as well. this is the subject of concern at the arab league summit and also for the u.s. and eu, who had pinned their hopes on a unifying figure in the syrian opposition. >> joining us now in the studio for some analysis is a representative from the institute of interna
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Mar 23, 2013 4:00pm PDT
kids news" in just a few moments. >> stick with us. >> newly appointed secretary of defense chuck hagel making his first official trip to afghanistan, meeting with u.s. troops and afghan president hamid karzai. hagel and karzai speaking in private after canceling a joint press conference due to security concerns, discussing issues including troop withdrawal and addressing comments karzai made ahead of hagel's visit. karzai accusing america and the taliban of coordinating terror attacks against afghan civilians. secretary hagel using the meeting with the president to clear any fears. >> i told the president it was not true that the united states was unilaterally working with the taliban in trying to negotiate anything. >> sulaiman abu ghaith, a former spokesman for al-qaeda and son-in-law of its founder, osama bin laden, appearing in new york city federal court to face charges for allegedly conspiring to kill americans. abu ghaith was arrested in jordan by u.s. officials and brought to the u.s. the decision reigniting debate about trying al-qaeda suspects, with senior republicans in cong
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